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10 Labor Day Weekend Festivals

By Jacqueline Klecak | 08/30/2017
Make the long weekend count at these fun festivals....
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Aspiring artists connect with their inner child to craft remarkable works of art....
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After the Deluge, the Raising

By Eric Levin | 08/07/2017
Photographer Ira Wagner new series captures the unique visual of shore homes being raised after Hurricane Sandy....
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Back to The Blues

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/15/2017
Blues guitarist and Ocean City native Walter Trout closes out the Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival on the Green, August 19....
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The Arts to the Rescue

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/19/2017
Historic buildings enjoy new lives as performance venues....
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Shore Shows Take Center Stage

By Jacqueline Klecak | 06/09/2017
After a day of sun and sand, stick around for these productions offered at theaters at the Jersey Shore. ...
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June 10-July 9: Surf City artis Gwenn Seemel's exhibit at M.T. Burton gallery is a series of portraits meant to promoting acceptance....
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Finding the Joy of Crafting at Peters Valley

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/22/2017
At Peters Valley, students learn lost arts—and get away from it all. ...
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A Conversation With Lonnie G. Bunch III

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/29/2019
Founding director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History & Culture Lonnie G. Bunch III discusses his Belleville youth....
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Chalvar Monteiro, a Montclair native, returns to NJPAC next weekend for the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater's annual Mother's Day performances....
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McCartney Coming to Prudential Center in September

By Jacqueline Klecak | 05/10/2017
McCartney adds a second and final show to his Prudential Center stop....
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Artist Michael Malizia Malizia utilizes family memorabilia to create unique mixed-media art pieces using acrylics, oil paints and beeswax. ...
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Show your support for our planet and enjoy the beauty of our state on Earth Day (April 22) and Arbor Day (April 28)....
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“Pride and Prejudice” Retold With Pirouettes

By Jacqueline Klecak | 04/17/2017
American Repertory Ballet performs the world-premiere of Jane Austen’s 1813 Pride and Prejudice on April 21 and 22 at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton....
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Exhibit Explores Jersey Landscapes

By Jacqueline Klecak | 02/26/2021
Artist Matthew Jensen's exhibit opens at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey on April 14....
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Aljira is Energizing Newark’s Art Scene

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/04/2017
Aljira, the center for contemporary art open since 1983, is getting a lot of new buzz....
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9 Comedians Who Will Crack You Up in April

By Jacqueline Klecak | 03/29/2017
Need a good laugh? The Garden State hosts plenty of laugh-out-loud comedians this month, just in time for April Fool’s Day....
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Art Appreciation at One River School in Englewood

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/21/2017
At One River School of Art + Design, kids are learning the importance of having art in their lives. ...
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6 Fun Date Ideas For a Romantic February

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/07/2017
Need date ideas for Valentine's Day? These fun events will get your heart pumping....
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Painting Newark

By Jacqueline Klecak | 01/19/2017
As trains rattle by overhead, 18 artists apply their visions of the city to a pocked and pitted wall along busy McCarter Highway....
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